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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anonymous Poems (Anon)

VII. Lilja (Lil) - 100

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Lilja (‘Lily’) — Anon LilVII

Martin Chase 2007, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Lilja’ in Margaret Clunies Ross (ed.), Poetry on Christian Subjects. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 7. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 544-677.

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Skj: Eysteinn Ásgrímsson: Lilja (AII, 363-95, BII, 390-416)

SkP info: VII, 639

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67 — Anon Lil 67VII

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 Bb Sidan reís med sigrí af dauda sunnu dag | sínn odaudleik mo᷎rgum mann milldin sía | lf þo ath deyia uilldí tuennar gengu tu | ysuar sínnum tíu dægranna raser hægar | adr enn upp yfir hímna hædír hæfi hann blod ⸝⸝ þat er tok af modr ||   [VEÞ]  edit 
 99a Sijdann | reis med sigre af daűda a sűnno | dag og giordi kűnnann sinn odaűdle | ik morgum manni milldinn sialf þo | dey̋a villde // tűennar geingű ty̋ | sűar sinnűm tijű dægranna rásir hæ | gra ádur en vpp y̋fir hímna hædir hof | hann blod þad tok af modur : //   [VEÞ]  edit 
 622 Sídan ʀeís med sígrj af dauda , sunnü | dag og giordi kunnann , sínn odaüdleik morgüm monnum , milldínn | síalf er deyía villdi : Tüennaʀ geíngu tuisaʀ sínnum | tíu dægranna ʀꜳ̋seʀ hægar : adur enn vpp yfir himna | hædir , hof hann blod er tok af modur : |   [VEÞ]  edit 
 713 Sidan reís med sigre af dauda . svnnu dag og gi⸌or⸍de kunnan . sinn odaudleik m⸌or⸍gum ⸌⸌ manne | míldenn sialf þott deyia uílldí . / tuennar geíngv tuisuar sinnum .x. dægranna | rasir hægar . adur enn upp yfir hímna hædir . hof hann blod þat hann tok af modur // |   [VEÞ]  edit 
 41 8°x Sijdan reis med sigre of dꜹda, sunudagenn | og giorde kunan sinn ődꜹdleik morgum monnum, milldinn | sia̋lf er deia villde. | Tvennar geingu tvisvar sinum, tiu dægrana ra̋ser | hægar, adur enn upp yfer Himna hæder, hóf hann þad | blőd er tők af mődur.   [VEÞ]  edit 
 705x Sidann reis med sigri af dauda || a sunnudag og giórdi kunnan | sinn odaudlig morgum manni | milldin sialf þo at deya villdi: | Tvennar giengu tysvar sinum | tyu dægranna rasir hægra | adur en upp yfir himna hæder | hof hann blod þad tok af modur.  edit 
 4892 Sydann reis med sigri af dauda, sunnu dag oc giaude cunnann sinn odaudleica maurgom maunnom, mylldinn sialf þott deya vyllde Tuennar geingo tuysar sinnom, tyo dǫgranna raser hǫgar […]r enn vpp yfir himna hǫþir, hof þat blod hann toc af modr  edit 

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